Episode 2 of Commercial Tech Podcast AV+ Details How to Get Around at ISE 2018; Why American Integrators Don’t Go
Episode 2 of av podcast AV+ features ISE 2018 director Mike Blackman on how to get around the show and why some American pro AV folks aren’t going.Leave a Comment
After debuting our new pro AV, commercial tech podcast AV+ last week, we’re excited to present Episode 2!
The host, web editor Adam Forziati, has a background in radio and is looking forward to providing listeners with an entertaining, informative audio forum for all topics affecting the AV industry.
The phrase “AV” doesn’t do justice to all of the integration crowd, so we at Commercial Integrator wanted to create an AV podcast that speaks to all of those areas (and more!) under the umbrella of commercial tech integration.
Listen to the second episode of our new AV podcast:
On the second episode of AV+…
- Adam speaks with Commercial Integrator Editor in Chief Tom LeBlanc about this article: a survey of 30 North American integrators; most of whom are not going to ISE 2018. Adam and Tom talk about what they said in that survey and how, despite these results, attendance at Integrated Systems Europe seems to grow each year.
- Managing director of ISE Mike Blackman talks about getting around at the show — after all, this year’s floor is sprawled across 15 halls. With over 1,200 exhibitors occupying all that space, it won’t be a breezy walk.
AV + Podcast Release Schedule
We plan to release a shorter, single-topic episode once every week or two (Episode 2 is one of those). But at the end of each month, we’ll also drop a longer, in-depth episode with features like Editor’s Desk, CI Monthly News Spotlight, CI’s Project of the Month, and more.
Coverage of ISE 2018
We’ll cover ISE 2018 online and with the podcast! Make sure to follow along, because web editor and host Adam will drop nightly bullet points of the most compelling pro AV ISE content once the show floor closes.
Finding the Show on iTunes
As of February 2nd, we haven’t uploaded to iTunes. We’ll try to make that happen before the end of ISE.
We hope you’ll share your thoughts on Twitter using the hashtag #AVPlusPod!
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